i got AIDS from 1996 since them ive been taking them but now i dont know wtat to do. im going crazy
Hello reinayjohn - I am sorry to be answering your question so late. Usually what happens when a doctor passes away is that somebody buys the practice. Then a notice is sent to all of the patients to see if they want to continue with the practice but seeing a brand new doctor. Did this not occur for you? You didn't mention if your doctor was a psychiatrist or a primary care physician. I can understand your anxiety level and I hope you are otherwise taking care of yourself. Also, if he was affiliated with a hospital, you can contact that hospital and get a patient referral for a another doctor in that field. Any way, a psychiatrist would be the best doctor to help you with all levels of stress and anxiety. I hope this also helps you and again, I am sorry I saw this so late.
Usually, when a doc dies, the office contacts patients and refer them to other docs or doc. You might call the office to see if you can still get a referral. That's what happened when my doc died. They don't leave patients hanging. If that doesn't work, make an appointment with a similar doc, bring your script bottle with you or get copies from your pharmacy listing all meds and take with you to appointment. That should break the ice.
Just a thought.
Peace and don't freak out,
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